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A List Of My Enemies

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Here is a list of my enemies (disclaimer: it is in jest):

  • Frat boys who ask me who I know there
  • Our website
  • Schermerhorn Extension
  • People in our comments who think I need to “get help”
  • Columbia Health when I can’t get an appointment or have to wait hours despite having an appointment
  • The PE requirement
  • Financial engineering majors
  • Whichever group got the last 4-person suite in Hogan
  • Whichever group got the last 4-person suite in Ruggles
  • The housing lottery
  • Montaigne
  • Rousseau
  • Andrew Cuomo
  • Times Square
  • The bouncer at Hair of the Dog
  • The bouncer at the Jane
  • People who think McBain is a good dorm
  • That one “sports” publication on campus that I won’t dignify with a mention
  • STEM majors who ask me what I want to do after graduation
  • That one stone in front of Butler that I always trip over (you know the one)
  • The Sisyphean curse of the blue bins

Blue bins via Bwog Archives

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  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous get help

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    1. Youngweon Lee says:

      @Youngweon Lee You are my enemy

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